Can I create and print a postcard on Word 2003?
How do you merge cells within a Microsoft word table?
Is "get lost" considered to be an etymology phrase?
What are some good words to put on a Greek spelling word list?
What is the correct wording for an invitation for a wedding dace only?
What is the etymology of "atypical?"
When I receive an e-mail with a works 6. 0 word processor attachment or I try to open a file saved on my computer they will not open, the computer just stops working then when I go to ctrl/alt/delete there is either nothing beside Microsoft Works Word Processor it says "not responding"?
The source and history behind the word "booger" isn't very clear. Related to the slang "bugger", the first usage as "booger" meaning "dried mucus" was found in 1892.
Thought to be an alteration of English dialect "buggard" or "boggart" the combination of bug plus -ard, date of origin 1866.
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